Vascular Detox – Heart and Circulation
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  • Maintain Healthy Blood Vessels
  • Lower Risk of Blood Clots
  • Reduce Plaque Formation

Vascular Detox – Heart and Circulation


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Rubeplex Lowers Risk of Blood Clots

Maintain Heart Health

Vitamin C: Avoid Heart Disease

Vitamin C reduces inflammation and helps heal inflammation in your heart arteries. We humans lack the gene to produce Vitamin C, and it’s water soluble and so must be taken daily for optimal health.

Potassium Citrate: Reduce Blood Clots for Healthy Blood Flow

Potassium Citrate may help recover the normal “non-stick” character of blood vessels, so blood remains appropriately uncoagulated, reducing turbulence and related fraying of the vessel tissue that leads to plaque formation.

Lysine: Lowers Plaque Formation

Lysine may be able to attach to the frayed ends of the vascular fabric, eliminating the formation of plaque.

Rubeplex with Gotu Kola Lowers Risk of Blood Clots

If plaque has already formed, Gotu Kola can stabilize it, reducing the risk of a plaque clot in breaking free into your bloodstream that can cause a stroke or other problems.

Proprietary blend of ascorbic acid, potassium citrate, lysine, citrulline, arginine, vitamin D3, chondroitin sulfate, gotu kola, nattokinase and tri-calcium phosphate.

Directions for Use

Take 1 teaspoon daily, preferably in 2 doses: 1/2 teaspoon morning and evening.

For full effect, Rubeplex should be taken for at least one year – please call us for a special 12 month subscription rate.

Recommended Use

Maintain heart health and good blood flow, while reducing the formation of plaque and your risk of blood clots.

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